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'Can painters design textiles?' The answer, handsomely proved, is a resounding yes.
(Interior Design Magazine)
...this book stands alone as a beautiful document of the partnership between artists and manufacturers. Those interested in textiles as well as students of design will find it refreshing and inspirational.
The book’s strength lies in its beautiful, detailed images—mostly of prints, with the inclusion of a few wovens. . .This is an excellent resource for textiles, fashion, and interior design. Art history faculty interested in expanding their students’ knowledge of 20th century painters’ and sculptors’ accomplishments will find it useful as well.
Artists’ Textiles 1940-1976 is a beautifully produced paperback book devoted to artist-designed mid twentieth-century textiles, with an emphasis on printed fabrics for both clothing and furnishings.